So, two days before a hunting trip to Quebec I needed to sight in my Savage Model 10. Cutting it close, but I had just got the scope in the mail and mounted it the night before. Was also going to take my Remington 700 on the trip just in case. Load up everything in my car. Or so I thought. I get to the range, look in the back of my car, and damn near went into a full blown panic attack. My case with the Savage wasn't there. Not in the trunk either. I'm freaking out. I'm think oh snap, I left it on my lawn next to my car. My range is in the middle of nowhere about 45 minutes from my house. I'm frantic trying to call my dad and get him to check, but I can't get cell reception. I finally get a hold of him and he says it's not there. It's not on the lawn, in the garage, or in my room. At this point we are both freaking out. As it turns out, I left it in my laundry room, which is where the back door of my house is. Crisis averted. I calm down, and figure at least I can make sure my Remmy is good to go. Open the gun case, and sure enough the bolt isn't in the gun. So here I am at the range, one gun "missing" and the other without a bolt. Turns out I put it in the wrong ammo can after a range trip with some buddies. I almost always store the bolts separate from the gun, just because I'm obsessive like that. Worst range day ever. Did I mention it was also raining, and I set targets at 100 and 200 yards before I realized all of this?